TrackDuck provides the visual feedback for web design and development work. It’s ideal for small and medium size businesses as well as freelancers. Just upload anything you like, share and get feedback right away.
There are many things that this tool can do. It will teach you how to improve your web design and development workflow as well as give feedback and highlight issues on any existing website in a matter of seconds. Also, you can use it to collaborate with other people and assign roles.
Each feedback is displayed directly on the page where you highlighted it. This includes comments, screenshots of the area and technical details.
It’s easy to present your work to clients or teammates. You just send a link and get real-time feedback.
Additionally, you can get feedback from all of your website visitors. This option is available in the project settings.
For collaboration purposes, TrackDuck allows easy role management for users of every project. You can easily add the new user and choose a role, from reporter to administrator.
TrackDuck ensures your privacy by using an encryption technology to secure your data in the cloud. It can also connect with third-party systems such as Basecamp, JIRA, WordPress and ModX.
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